Old Augustinians Facebook – The Abbey School and St. Augustine’s College.
Shrine of St Augustine and the National Pugin Centre – The place where St Augustine landed in 597AD to bring the Gospel to England and where the great Victorian architect, Augustus Pugin, lived, worked and built his personal church.
The Ursuline College – a Roman Catholic Academy for pupils aged 11 to 19 years.
Chilworth Benedictine Monastery – St Augustine’s Abbey, Chilworth (formerly St Augustine’s Abbey, Ramsgate, 1856 – 2011) is one of four Benedictine monasteries in Great Britain forming the English Province of the international Benedictine Subiaco-Cassinese Congregation.
Minster Abbey – Benedictine Nuns of Minister Abbey nr. Ramsgate – the first English Monastery founded in 670 AD.
Ampleforth Abbey & College – Estd. in 1802 Co-educational Ampleforth College is one of the world’s formost Catholic boarding Schools located in North Yorkshire.
Douai Abbey – a monastery of monks of the Benedictine Congregation located in Berkshire, UK.
Archdiocese of Southwark – St. George’s Cathedral, Southwark in South London.
Landmark Trust – The Grange, Ramsgate. Augustus Pugin is regarded as one of Britain’s most influential architects and designers. The Grange was his family home.
The Pugin Society – This website celebrates the life and work of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-1852) and his family and close contacts.